I’m currently setting up my first Asterisk system (220.127.116.11) with Debian and was having issues registering my SIP Softphones which are X Lite 4 all on my local LAN. I’m currently able to dial x1000 from my softphone and it plays what sounds like from the documentation Ive read the Hello-World File. When I browse both the SIP and Extensions.conf files located in the /etc/asterisk directory I do not see anything referencing my SIP Softphone- I have not edited these files since initial load and they are at their defualts? Ive also logged into the Debian Gui and noticed that I also have another Asterisk Directory located in the /Usr/Src/Asterisk-18.104.22.168/Configs/ which has a SIP and Extensions.Conf file in it as well- This directory seems to also have all of the sample files I loaded at beginning of install.
SIP SoftPhone settings:
ID: 1001 * This SIP softphone can dial 1000 to reach the Hello-World prompt
Domain: IP address of server
authorization name: 1001
ID: 10002 * All the same settings on soft phone but gets No matching peer found Notice 2921 when trying to register
Domain: IP address of same server
authorization name: 1002
SIP Show Peers returns no results of registered SIP Phones
I’ve reloaded the dialplan and restarted Asterisk- Im just trying to understand how Asterisk is dialing extension 1000 when there are no SIP Peers registered and I do not see any configurations in place for the extension to call that voice file. Is there another location that has this information that im not checking?
Thank you in advance for any input